Five Trends In Internet Of Things To Watch Out For In 2018

  The year 2018 showed that the biggest advancement in technology is nothing but Internet of Things or IoT. The most attractive feature of IoT is remote accessibility. For instance, IoT helps unlock doors as well as cars, access security cameras of smart homes, and even control room temperature using smartphones. It is said that there are roughly 20 billion internet connected devices globally as of 2018. Thus, several experts believe that 2018 is “the year of IoT”. According to a research firm, Progressive Markets, the IoT market is expected…

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EOT Wallet signs up 6000 users in record time

New wallet provider, EOTwallet.com has hit the Crypto road running with more than 6 000 users signed up in the first few days of launch.   Currently, the service offers a Bitcoin and EOT wallet with an easy to use client interface. There is also a shop for easy EOT purchases. The site also hosts an interactive chat where users can discuss all things Crypto.     Revenge of the Faucet   The most popular feature of EOTwallet.com has been the EOT Faucet, it has been so popular in fact…

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How to make money with Crypto Mining [ EOT ]

It seems that these days everyone wants to know how to make money with crypto mining.   In this article, we will show you step-by-step where to start and how to make money with Crypto mining, specifically how to mine and profit from the opportunity provided by EOT – Encryption of Things.   Educate yourself:   This is the first and most important step before you can start making money with crypto mining, you need to understand what you mine, why you are mining it and what the long-term prospects…

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Walmart files patent for IoT Robotic Bees that pollinate plants

Retail giant, Walmart, has joined many in trying to resolve the problem facing our world caused by the endangerment of bees.  Bees are regarded to be one of the world’s most important species as most crops (about 70 percent) today require pollination to develop fruit, vegetables, nuts, and seeds.     On 8 March 2018, Walmart filed a patent for autonomous robotic bees which can pollinate plants.  Five other patents were also filed and these included additional farming drones such as drones used to track down pests and drones to…

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Bitcoin price could turn on a dime and explode

Japan created the great Bitcoin Bull Market of 2017 and can do so again in 2018.     On April 1 2017, Japan quietly made Bitcoin legal tender in the country setting the stage for one of the biggest bull markets that have ever been witnessed.   But this is nothing yet, according to a prediction made by Abra CEO Bill Barhydt, who thinks a major rally is around the corner.   Here is what he had to say:   “I talk to hedge funds, high net worth individuals, even…

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Gartner Says Worldwide IoT Security Spending Will Reach $1.5 Billion in 2018

STAMFORD, Conn., March 21, 2018 – Press Release – By 2021, Regulatory Compliance Will Become the Prime Influencer for IoT Security Uptake.  Internet of Things (IoT)-based attacks are already a reality. A recent CEB, now Gartner, survey found that nearly 20 percent of organizations observed at least one IoT-based attack in the past three years. To protect against those threats Gartner, Inc. forecasts that worldwide spending on IoT security will reach $1.5 billion in 2018, a 28 percent increase from 2017 spending of $1.2 billion. “In IoT initiatives, organizations often don’t have control over…

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IoT, Cybersecurity is a Public Safety Concern

The IoT market is growing rapidly as more devices and things are becoming connected to the internet.  This network of devices is called the “Internet of Things”, IoT.  Experts are predicting that more than 80 Billion devices or things will be connected to the internet by 2025.   When we think of connected devices, we typically think of mobile phones, printers or security cameras and generally not household appliances such as fridges, doorbells and vacuum cleaners or even motor vehicles, trucks and ships.   The “Internet of Things” is bigger than we can…

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